Years ago I designed a printable puzzle for kids to help strengthen a critical learning skill, spatial awareness. When an occupational therapist discovered it and started using it with one of her clients, she came back to me recently and basically said: more please!
While I do focus much of my attention on parents and homeschool parents here at Inner Pieces Gallery, I love when teachers and specialists find me, too. When they report back to me how useful my designs have been in practice, well, let’s just say that makes me really, really, REALLY happy!
So, thank you to the occupational therapist who requested more visual spatial puzzles. I’m happy to oblige!
Because I wrote all about the original puzzle in an earlier post, I encourage you read Cut and Play Visual Spatial Puzzle: Shapes before you go ahead and print out the newest version, Cut and Play Visual Spatial Puzzle: LINES.
When you read about the puzzle you’ll also learn a little about WHY developing visual spatial skills is so important.
If you’ve already subscribed to my newsletter then you know you can head on over to the The Free Printables Collection and sign in for your Cut and Play Visual Spatial Puzzle: LINES. Want to find the original puzzle, too? Scroll way, WAY down to almost the end of the collection. As I mentioned, it’s been awhile since I first created it.
Update: You can now watch a video demonstration of the original here.
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